Those who wish to visit South Africa have to receive a visa from any of the South African diplomatic missions. If the case of your arrival from any of the countries listed above, you are eligible for visa exemption. In this case, a visa called the Port of Entry visa is issued. Biometric data needs to be provided by other citizens when filing for a visa application. You must also have a passport valid for one month's time after your departure, along with one blank page. The visa fee comes up to INR 7369.
Indians must apply for a tourist visa before visiting South Africa. Indian citizens can apply through the authorised website vfsglobal.com. They will take care of your visa application process, including guiding you through filling up forms and enabling you to track your application online.
African Union Laissez Passer
Chile (only ordinary passport holders)
Namibia (only ordinary passport holders 90 days per annum)
St Vincent & the Grenadines
Tanzania (90 days per annum)
Trinidad & Tobago (only ordinary passport holders)
United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (only ordinary passport holders)
British Islands Bailiwick of Guernsey and Jersey, Isle of Man.
The United States of America
Zambia (90 days per annum)